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On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 7:41 AM, Camille Moulin
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Hi Robinson,
Le 12/02/2013 13:18, Robinson Tryon a écrit :

I'd classify it as a philosophy issue, not a technical issue. If we
want to bill LibreOffice as the premiere FLOSS office suite, should we
use the front page to display hardware designs from companies who are
friendly to Free, Libre and Copyleft software, or should we display
hardware from Apple?

If you'd like to stick with an all-in-one system, both System76 and
ZaReason have computers that are similar to (but noticeably different
from) the iMac design:

I think that either companies would be happy to help out LibreOffice
by sharing some photographs of their machines :-)

Could you sort this out with them ?

Certainly. I'm currently courting new talent on IRC (user from Spain
who is interested in a localized version of the Ask site), but I'll
send some emails out in a little bit.

One important point, though: I think it's important that no trademark
element appears on the final picture IMHO.

Is that because of licensing issues, or because of a desire to avoid
endorsing one company over another?  Or is it just because you guys
cherish clean design so much? :-)


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